I had the Xbox 360 and Forza Motorsport 2 parts.
But in Forza Motorsport 2, I was unable to drive with an Xbox 360 Wireless Controller. For some reason, steering with my left thumb (maybe the kids can do it), caused me to always over-correct. I thought the solution would be the more natural car interface, the Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel.
Now I find that if your Xbox is connected to a large screen TV, having the steering wheel on your lap or clamped to a table doesn’t work very well. This guy’s Ulitmate Xbox 360 Racing Setup looks like it’d be OK.
Now I have to find a racing seat.
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The Forza Motorsport 2 Demo for the XBox 360 became available yesterday on Xbox Live. It’s a 691 MB download.
Last month, Forzamotorsport.net published the Forza Motorsport 2 Official Car List – 310 cars. No Alfas.
I’m looking forward to driving the 1969 Ferrari Dino 246 GT and the 1961 Jaguar E-type S1. It looks like I’ll be forced to get an Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Racing Wheel by May 29, the release date.